Former RNC director convicted in phone jamming case gets off without penalty | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Former RNC director convicted in phone jamming case gets off without penalty

The Republican National Committee employee convicted of a plot to jam the phone banks of Democratic get-out-the-vote efforts in New Hampshire in 2002 has escaped penalty in his case, after a federal judge ruled that new charges against him could not be brought.

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